Presentation at Upcoming 26th Annual APS Convention on New Developments in Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology
Update: The conference is this weekend.
I ended 2013 and am beginning 2014 with some good news received the day before Christmas when our proposal was accepted. I will be presenting at the upcoming Annual APS Convention in a symposium in May 2014 in San Francisco on New Developments in Science and Pseudoscience with Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven J. Lynn, Carol Tavris and Lawrence Patihis. I am honored to be part of this organization’s conference.
The Association for Psychological Science (formerly known as American Psychological Society) was started as a more science-based alternative to the American Psychological Association.
Scott LIlienfeld will be presenting on The Comeback of Facilitated Communication: Lessons for Psychological Science.
Steven Lynn will be presenting on Does Trauma Produce Dissociative Identity Disorder? Case Not Closed.
Lawrence Patihis will be presenting on A Scientist-Practitioner Gap in Beliefs about Repressed Memory and will present his latest research findings.
Social Psychologist Carol Tavris will be the discussant.
My presentation will be on Pseudo-Evidence Based Practice: Thought Field Therapy and Other Energy Meridian Tapping Therapies as Exemplars. Go here for details about the presentation and symposium.
I am also very much looking forward to the conference, which offers the very best the field of psychology has to offer.